Newly translated from the Spanish edition, Memory in the Cells, according to its author, is “where Eckhart Tolle meets What the Bleep Do We Know, but taking you on a much more practical journey.” The author also says the book teaches “emotional education” and shows readers how to transform the “pain body” into the “joy body,” helping to heal all aspects of their lives. ( StoneScribe’s review of the book is on BloggerNews.net.) Yesterday, Luis visited Callie Carling at http://empoweredhealer.co.uk/. For today’s tour stop, StoneScribe asks Luis the questions below.
Newly translated from the Spanish edition, Memory in the Cells, according to its author, is “where Eckhart Tolle meets What the Bleep Do We Know, but taking you on a much more practical journey.”
The author also says the book teaches “emotional education” and shows readers how to transform the “pain body” into the “joy body,” helping to heal all aspects of their lives.
StoneScribe’s review of the book is on BloggerNews.net.)
Yesterday, Luis visited Callie Carling at http://empoweredhealer.co.uk/. For today’s tour stop, StoneScribe asks Luis the questions below.
StoneScribe: Do you believe in past lives? By that, I mean that the energy of the soul is reborn into more than one physical body. Or is all the pain you discuss simply the result of cellular memories from past generations handed down through DNA?
Luis: Following my education in Hindu philosophy, I took several trainings in past-life therapy and practiced them professionally for several years. I wanted to believe that they were the cause of everything we were suffering.
But after my experience with the cellular memory release work, the issue hardly ever came up and was unexpected for me! What surprised me was that the body frequently brings up information related to past generations or ancestral influences. They come up all the time during the sessions and there is no doubt in me that they are conditioning us big time! We carry with us many physical, mental and emotional features that our ancestors used to have. Many of the talents and deficiencies we have, have been theirs as well.
StoneScribe: Won’t people in pain be too frightened of feeling their pain at even greater intensity to embrace and explore it, as you encourage readers to do? How do you help your clients into and through the pain body release (PBR) process? Can’t the re-experience of intense pain shut down this process?
Luis: Feeling is our birthright. Not feeling leads us to dysfunction, pain and suffering. So, encouraging people to feel is always a healthy beginning to the resolution of their problems. I agree with you that it can be frightening for many that are not used to do it. Still, it is not a reason not to do what our body is naturally designed to do to heal itself. Based on my experience, a gradual approach is advisable where the person connects with their body daily, allowing the feelings and sensations to arise. The process will take care of itself once we allow it. The method by which we teach people to release the pain body is described in my book.
We are made out of pure energy. This has been scientifically proven for the past several decades now. As energy-made beings, our nature is to flow and transform ourselves with the changes that happen to us and around us. When we don’t flow, we contract; therefore, expansion and growth are not possible. The pain body represents the energy in contraction that is no longer flowing and expanding. It creates contractions in our bodies and in our minds. The way to revert this process is to do the opposite. That is, we must finally allow the feelings and sensations in the body to let the energy flow freely.
StoneScribe: You state that the rational mind is the source of the beliefs that cause false pain. Yet readers must use their rational minds to go through the exercise you provide toward the end of the book. How can the rational mind help heal what the rational mind causes?
Luis: To clarify, our mind is an incredible device, designed to support us in our human experience. It is not the rational mind itself that is the problem, but rather its programming.
The “software” we have installed in our minds is what creates the unnecessary pain we suffer as civilized human beings. We have a lot of beliefs that are not true; therefore, we suffer.
So, the process of transformation I am talking about requires that we detect those deceitful beliefs (build awareness), deactivate them properly, and clean the toxic emotional residue created by their presence from our system. We need the support of that part of the mind that is programmed towards healing and self responsibility, leaving aside the part of it that is programmed to be a victim that blames and complains.
StoneScribe: What is the role of forgiveness in CMR? I did not find it mentioned directly in the book.
Luis: What we called forgiveness in our cultural system has become mandatory when actually it is a genuine human need. Holding resentment against or blaming another is like drinking poison expecting the other will to die!
Therefore, forgiveness is the result of the release of those negative feelings out of our bodies with the consequent investigation and deactivation of the beliefs that create those feelings in us.
Memory in the Cells will be available at Amazon.com on Tuesday Oct. 5, 2010.
Receive a complete library of beautiful personal development gifts by buying the book on the day of its launch. In addition, Luis hosted a telesummit entitled “Healing at a Cellular Level” on Sept. 27, 28, and 29 with a distinguished panel of inspiring authors and speakers on the topic of emotional healing and holistic wellbeing. Receive the audio for free when you buy Memory in the Cells on Oct. 5.
The link to find out how to buy Luis’s book and receive the gifts and tele-summit audio link: http://www.memoryinthecells.com/
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